Urban Walking –The Flâneur as an Icon of Metropolitan Culture in Literature and Film
The volume assembles fresh treatments on the flâneur in literature, film and culture from a variety of angles. Its individual contributions cover established as well as previously unnoticed textual and filmic source materials in a historical perspective ranging from the late nineteenth to the early twenty-first century. The range of topics covered demonstrates the ongoing productivity of flânerie as a viable paradigm for the artistic approach to urban culture and the continuing suitability of flânerie as an analytic category for the scholarly examination of urban representation in the arts. This productiveness also extends to the questioning, re-evaluation, and enhancement of flânerie’s theoretical foundations as they were laid down by Walter Benjamin and others. The work will be particularly relevant for students and scholars of literary studies, film studies and gender studies, as well as for theoretical approaches to flânerie as an important aspect of urban culture.
Precarious Flânerie Towards the Formation
To Be and Not to Be a GhostRevenance as
The Bohemian and the FlâneurTwo
The Self and the City in Philippe Delerms
On the Mental Life
Challenging and Reconfiguring Flânerie
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Oliver Bock,Isabel Vila-Cabanes
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